More WEGOnians in the NEWS! (Updated)

Some hard-working WEGOnians didn't take the summer off (okay, probably most of us didn't). Here are a few of the recently published:

Lucy Burningham (nonfiction) - Portland Monthly, October issue, "Roots to Riches," a feature and center spread on truffles (also her thesis topic).

Alexis Nelson (nonfiction) - The Oregonian, Sunday, Sept. 31, "An (honest) Portrait of Mom," book review on Mary Gordon's Circling My Mother.

Kyle Cassidy (nonfiction) - Hipfish, September/October issue, "Activism Summer Camp," cover story.

Steve Beaven (nonfiction) - The Oregonian (staff), Thursday, Sept. 20, "Giving up the family car," InPortland cover story.

Sue Pesznecker (graduate/former WEGO coordinator) - The Oregonian, Sunday, July 29, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," one of ten winners chosen out of 400 entries to review the book. Sue has also been placed on a standby list for a 2008 Soapstone residency.

Loretta Long (fiction) - The Dublin Quarterly, Issue 11, "Flying Dreams," fiction short story.

Congrats to all! Know of anyone else who has published recently? Email me or post away.

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